Watching Coach Rice sobbing his apology was a blubbering joke. The only sad part of the post mortem on this story is…..if he was a winning coach and not a loser, he’d probably still be throwing basketballs at the defenseless backs, heads and legs of his players.
We fought a little when the prices went up to $4 and above and sure enough, the prices dropped rather precipitously to the low $3’s. But did we demand more? Nope….and sure enough the prices started back up again, above $3.50…..now above $3.70 and what are we sheep saying? “Well, at least it’s not back to $4.”
San Fran scores two touchdowns and a field goal to bring it to the bookie “spread” of three……a couple of no-calls in the final two minutes and the Ravens win by three. What a great country…..eh?
Given that we already have state level reform or “RomneyCare” in Massachusetts, what does the ACA mean for the Bay State?
Oh yes there was disappointment, disbelief, anger and sadness, but tossin’ and turnin’ in my bed from about 1 a.m. to nearly 5 a.m…….the one emotion I’ve settled on is “embarassement”……embarassement for Uncle Sam….and embarassement for the millions of Americans who believe they did the right thing.
Bradley Jay: “Do President Obama and Mitt Romney Really Despise Each Other, Or Is It Just Business?”
Could President Obama And Mitt Romney Ever Work Together? Click play and find out if your neighbors agree with you.
A mural that’s been getting a great deal of attention in Quincy was vandalized earlier this week.
Yes folks, it could be later tonight when the world learns whether BHO still has the charisma without a teleprompter, or whether Mitt has the onions to look BHO in the face and say “Mr. President, your administration has been the biggest failure in American history since the Carter administration back in the 70’s, there’s nothing about it any candidate could run on and by the end of the night tonight, America will understand that.”
Americans have every right to root for team U.S.A.
President Barack Obama delivered a speech in the Rose Garden that sounded like music to the ears of as many as 800,000 young immigrants who have lived in the United States with fear of deportation.